TRANSFORMERS: ULTIMATE BATTLE EDITION and TRANSFORMERS: ULTIMATE AUTOBOTS EDITION Bundles Coming This Holiday Season
Tuesday, October 1st, 2013 9:38PM CDTCategories: Game News, Press Releases
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October 1, 2013
TRANSFORMERS™ Bundle Announcement - MEDIA ALERT
It’s time to roll out! We are excited to share news about two new TRANSFORMERS bundles just in time for the holidays from Activision Publishing, Inc. under license from Hasbro: TRANSFORMERS: ULTIMATE BATTLE EDITION and TRANSFORMERS: ULTIMATE AUTOBOTS EDITION. Set to release for Nintendo’s home and hand-held consoles later this holiday season, these packages come with two massively mechanized, action-fueled games for one low price - $29.99 on Nintendo Wii and $19.99 on Nintendo DS. It’s up to you to settle once and for all who will emerge victorious between the valiant AUTOBOTS and power-hungry DECEPTICONS.
TRANSFORMERS: ULTIMATE BATTLE EDITION for the Nintendo Wii™ system includes:
- TRANSFORMERS: CYBERTRON ADVENTURES: Set during the War for Cybertron, this third-person shooter lets you experience the untold story of the AUTOBOTS and DECEPTICONS across 16 action-packed ground and air missions, supporting two-player co-op.
- TRANSFORMERS: DARK OF THE MOON – STEALTH FORCE EDITION: Featuring 18 Stealth Force missions leading up to the events of the hit film, convert into all-new hybrid vehicles on-the-fly with 8 playable characters.
TRANSFORMERS: ULTIMATE AUTOBOTS EDITION for the Nintendo DS™ hand-held system includes:
- TRANSFORMERS: REVENGE OF THE FALLEN: Take down MEGATRON and the DECEPTICONS in 12 pulse-pounding missions inspired by the movie, unleashing devastating missile attacks, explosive energy blasts and lethal melee strikes in this energetic third-person shooter.
- TRANSFORMERS: DARK OF THE MOON – STEALTH FORCE EDITION
TRANSFORMERS: ULTIMATE BATTLE EDITION is expected to be available later this holiday season for the Nintendo Wii™ system for $29.99 and is rated E 10+ - T (Everyone 10+ to Teen) by the ESRB. TRANSFORMERS: ULTIMATE AUTOBOTS EDITION will be available for the Nintendo DS hand-held system for $19.99 and is rated E 10+ (Everyone 10+) by the ESRB. For more information, please visit www.activision.com.
©2013 Activision Publishing, Inc. HASBRO and its logo, TRANSFORMERS, DARK OF THE MOON, REVENGE OF THE FALLEN, and all related characters are trademarks of Hasbro and used under permission. Nintendo trademarks are property of Nintendo.
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Posted by Sodan-1 on October 2nd, 2013 @ 5:13am CDT
Posted by Marcdachamp on October 2nd, 2013 @ 12:38pm CDT
Posted by Metrosuplex on October 3rd, 2013 @ 2:14am CDT
Sodan-1 wrote:This strikes me as nothing more than sheer desperation on Activision's part.
I think a lot of companies do this sort of thing for the holidays. Y'know how Xmas = suckers? Yeah, there'll be plenty a grandma too stupid to know better...
Marcdachamp wrote:This is the perfect holiday gift for people who like to give out things that are terrible.
Yeah, like my mom to my kid. Luckily, she doesn't know he likes TFs, and the kid is too young to even play these games. But man, these do pray on the feeble and clueless, don't they?
I was gonna ask if anyone played these and had some good words, but I'm pretty sure these were terrible (i.e. shovelware).
I suppose if one were to find these at slashed prices, they would make for reasonable entertainment for young ones?
Posted by Tresob on October 13th, 2013 @ 6:57pm CDT